posted on Feb, 4 2014 @ 07:25 PM
reply to post by research100
Yep, probably dermatologist.
Well, it can either be hypertrophic scar or keloid scar, nothing else. However, scar behaves more like keloid scar, because it went further than where
the damage was done
At first, during, 3 weeks I was certain that I was dealing with only hypertrophic scar, and thickening was only monstly within boundaries of scar. But
after that scar started spreading little bit out of the boundaries, and made me little bit more concerned.
Now, it is even further, 5 weeks later, I think I may be dealing with keloid, but I hope not.
I am going to see dermatologist tommorow, hope she will say that this is hypertrophic scar, but who knows
. Wish me luck
Seabuckthorn oil? Thank you, I will look it up. It could help. From what I have read, keloids may be related to iodine, and iodine plays important
role in protection against radiation as well. There may be some connection.
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